StructuredProductReview.com was conceived, created and developed by Professional Advisers, with expert industry input, for Professional Advisers.
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Richard Sweeney thought you would be interested in www.StructuredProductReview.com, the free structured products research site for IFAs.
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We hope you will find StructuredProductReview.com to be of benefit regardless of whether you currently advise on Structured Products or not.
What the site offers
Designed for IFAs by IFAs - this website will provide you with details of most structured products, the ability to download or request brochures, together with a tool for filtering the extensive range of current plans available. An archive of past plans is also available.
One aspect we believe IFAs will find particularly useful is the Product Update Service, which can notify you of key events under the headings Offer Period Change, Plan is Closing Soon, Strike Price, Plan Maturity and Maturity Performance. Select any of these events and an email alert will be sent to you at the appropriate time.
The website will be updated with new plans as they are launched.
Other facilities include a listing of plans approaching maturity or which through auto-call or kick-out have the potential to mature, as well as an education section with links to some of the best explanatory guides to structured products.
Registration is free and the website is maintained by Lowes Financial Management.
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